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WHAT'S NEW

11/25/2014
Charity Navigator to Recognize Accreditation in 2016

A new framework includes an evaluation dimension recognizing...

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11/20/2014
Youth Development Standards Updated

These changes incorporate an updated review of the youth...

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11/20/2014
COA's Standards for Primary Care Services Released Today

New standards to guide organizations as they evolve to a new...

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COA accredits over 2,000 private and public organizations and programs that serve more than 7 million individuals and families in the United States, Canada, and overseas. The COA standards cover over 60 different service domains and hundreds of different types of programs. The accreditation process is designed to meet the needs of diverse organizations - voluntary, public and proprietary, local and statewide, large and small. who is accredited >>

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